Title: My Christmas Wish
Author: Jeannie Moon
Release Date: November 3, 2021
Cover Designer: Lee Hyat for Tule Publishing
Hosted by: Buoni Amici Press, LLC.
It’s Christmastime in Compass Cove and love is in the air…
With her well-connected Long Island family, an exciting job as a London art dealer, and a brilliant, attentive boyfriend, Natalie Miller’s life was golden. Until it wasn’t. No one knows about the anxiety that drives her, the loyalty forcing her to make impossible choices, or the secrets consuming her. Now back in Compass Cove, Natalie is fielding questions from her family about what brought her home and longs for the life—and the love—she left behind.
University professor and aristocrat James Phillips prides himself on understanding people, so it mystifies him when the love of his life leaves London—and him—without explanation. When an opportunity to work at a small college in Natalie’s backyard arises, James jumps at the chance to move across the pond, willing to do whatever it takes to win back the heart of the woman he loves.
Can the magic of Compass Cove at the most wonderful time of the year help James and Natalie find their way back to each other?
Gently taking her face in his hands, James kept his gaze steady. “I’ve got your back. You needn’t have any doubts about that.”
Natalie’s face sobered as she went up on her toes and kissed him lightly on the lips. Just as she did, a drop of cold landed on his cheek. Then another, and another. Natalie felt it too because she broke the kiss and looked up.
Tiny white flakes swirled around them, frosting her dark hair and eyelashes like sugar. This was one more memory for him to tuck away. A night of triumph and promises, twinkling lights and the first snow of the season. And Natalie.
My Christmas Wish was my first introduction to Compass Cove. A smooth Christmas love story, My Christmas Wish flowed from beginning to end. Natalie and James were engaging amongst an entertaining cast of characters. Just enough angst to make me root for Natalie and James. My Christmas Wish was worth the read. I imagine if you’ve followed the series you’d enjoy a peek at the continuing lives of the past stories and characters.
USA Today bestselling author Jeannie Moon, has always been a romantic. When she’s not spinning tales of her own, Jeannie works as a school librarian, thankful she has a job that allows her to immerse herself in books and call it work. The author of sixteen contemporary romances, for Tule Publishing and PenguinRandomHouse, Jeannie is married to her high school sweetheart, has three grown kids, three lovable dogs and is a lifelong resident of Long Island. If she’s more t